We are currently accepting applications for three publishing internships per year. Applications are received on a rolling basis until the following dates:
September start—July 15
January start—November 15
May start—March 15
C Magazine employs one publishing intern to assist with the production of one to two issues and related educational and fundraising events. As valuable members of C’s team, interns play an important role in promoting and nurturing critical engagement with and knowledge of contemporary art, while gaining practical experience in the field of publishing. Publishing interns will develop their skills in writing, communications, data management, online content management, online and social media marketing, event planning and logistics, volunteer management, donor relations, sponsor development, and grant writing. C Magazine is committed to ensuring an enjoyable, educational, and rewarding experience.
academic credit or honorarium/paid (funding dependent)
- Time Commitment
5 to 10 hours per week on average
This position is geared towards someone who has undertaken university studies in senior-level undergraduate or graduate visual art, critical and curatorial studies, arts management, art history, marketing and communications, publishing, or a related field. A demonstrable interest and experience in contemporary arts and culture is strongly preferred. Candidates must possess excellent organization, research, writing and communication skills, and a working knowledge of Mac OS X, MS Word and Excel, and Google Apps and Drive. Some understanding of not-for-profit organizations is an asset. Familiarity with Photoshop, Filemaker Pro, website content management systems (CMS), contact relationship management (CRM), and social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are also assets. Candidates must be able to work independently, with the supervision of the Publisher, at the C Magazine office or a location of their choice, mainly using their own computer.
assists with subscription fulfillment, data management, print distribution and marketing.
- Readership Development
assists with public programming, community outreach, and campaigns.
- Online Communications
assists with social media, email newsletter, and maintaining online content.
assists with donation campaigns, sponsorship agreements, grant applications, and events.
assists with bookkeeping and office maintenance.
How to Apply
Please submit your CV and a brief cover letter outlining your current interests and related experience to Sara Knelman, Publisher by emailing email@example.com.
In your email, please indicate which internship and dates you are applying for, as well as any academic accreditation requirements.